Scottish shorts - some brand new, some you’ve seen before.
Scotland’s rich and successful heritage of short filmmaking has collected awards and featured at festivals across the globe. Titles have dealt with important social issues and many have offered moments of surprising hilarity, clearly exemplified in this selection. Whether it’s the laugh out loud humour of David Cairns’ wonderful Cry For Bobo, or the subtle humour of Blyth Duff’s delivery in Patrick Harkins’ Sarajevo, this programme of Scottish shorts shows Scotland’s sense of humour is alive and well
Screening in this programme:
The Ambitious Potato/David Newbigging/UK/2011/10 min
Asylum/Joern Utkilen/UK/2010/18 min
Cry for Bobo/David Cairns/UK/2001/10 min
Exterior-Park-Day /Patrick Harkins/ UK/1998/3 min
My Job/Joern Utkilen/UK/1999/3 min
Out on the Tiles/Anna Pearson/UK/2010/3 min
Sarajevo/Patrick Harkins/UK/2010/20 min
The Tree Officer/Neil Jack/UK/2003/8 min
Who?s My Favourite Girl/Adrian J. McDowall/UK/1999/15 min
Zombie Musical/Ryan McHenry/UK/2010/18 min
23 June, 16:00 at George Square Theatre
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